Teaching artist, C. M. Judge, has been sharing her passion for art with students of all ages and abilities for twenty years resulting in over 80 collaboratively created public works of art ranging from indoor and outdoor murals, large-scale inflatable sculptures and site-specific permanent sculptures. She holds a Master of Science in Visual Studies from M.I.T. and is a recipient of numerous grants that support collaborative public art projects including a NEA Challenge America grant as well as a 2019 medal from the Socièté Académique Arts-Sciences-Lettres de France for making a positive contribution to society by demonstrating excellence in the arts.
Ms. Judge's residencies focus on challenging students to create a meaningful work of art for their community by investigating creative process as it relates to their life experience. Ms. Judge specializes in programs that examine the intersection of Culture and Nature, foster community dialog and understanding, and celebrate the capacity of people, both young and old, to truthfully express their spirited common goodness through art.